EAGLE SOAR

February 7, 2019

VANWAGNEN NEWS

DID YOU KNOW?


Have you heard about our recently adopted Move This World program at CES and CUES? Many students open and close their day with a short and engaging video to help develop emotional management strategies, empathy, resilience, conflict resolution skills and more. The program integrates seamlessly into the school day and creates a common language for emotional expression and management throughout the school building. When you have an opportunity, have a conversation with your your child about this positive addition to our school and find out which of the 10 Emogers is their favorite!

STUDENT COUNCIL

CANDY GRAMS


To spread kindness, the Student Council is selling Candy Grams during all lunch periods between January 30th-February 14th. Candy Grams can be purchased for fifty cents and given to friends, teachers and/or for your children. Thank you for your support!

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SAVE THE DATE!

February 9- Mother-Son Event

February 13- Count Day
February 13- Kids Heart Challenge Event
February 14- Valentine's Day
February 15-February 18- No School

February 19-22- Book Fair

February 22- Book Bingo

February 23-Columbia Cash Bash

February 27- 4th Grade NAEP Assessment

February 27- 6th Grade Kimball Camp Parent Meeting

March 1- Career Day

March 2- Daddy Daughter Dance (Rescheduled)

PLEASE JOIN US FOR MOTHER-SON NIGHT ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH

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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR JANUARY STUDENT OF THE MONTH NOMINEES!

Congratulations to the following Student of the Month Nominees for January:


Front Row: Ben Diacu, Gabby Gaydosh, Raell Bice, Kodi Richardson

Middle Row: Patrick Spink, Ireland Hilborn, Abbey Norris, Laila Knevel, Izzibella Mckinney, Randy Webb, Adam Zacharias

Back Row: Tucker Hills, Peyton Denning, Kolie Brown, Mrs. VanWagnen, Adam Senkewitz, Owen Lambarth, Madison Rentfrow


We are so proud of each of these individuals!

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COLUMBIA GOLDEN CASH BASH

You are invited to attend the Annual CASH BASH & BUFFET DINNER on Saturday, February, 23, 2019 at Gene Davis & Sons Banquet & Convention Center at 3537 Francis Street, Jackson. Cash Drawing: 1st prize $2250, 2nd prize $700, 3rd prize $400, 4th prize $250, 5th prize 150, 6th prize $125, and Eight $80 prizes. Ticket price is $80 - which admits two people. Tickets are available to purchase at any Columbia School District office.


The money raised through this event is for classroom grants for resources to support teaching and learning, Columbia Graduating Senior Scholarships and to support our Columbia Athletics.


Thank you for supporting education in Columbia School District.

SILENT AUCTION BASKETS

We are asking families to please consider donating items for the silent auction baskets. We will gladly accept any items. Below are some suggestions:



A Night Out

Gift Card to Bob Evans, Buffalo Wild Wings, Red Lobster, Steaks Eatery, Beach Bar, Luceros, McDonald's, Subway

Gift Card to Escape Room or Oasis

Gift Card for a massage

Coffee & Chocolate

Coffee

Candy Bars, Dark Chocolate

Coffee Mugs or Thermos

Coffee Candy

Gift Card to Bigby, Tim Hortons, Starbucks

Spring Break

Flip Flops

Sunscreen

Sun Hat

Beach Umbrella

Sun Glasses

Beach Towel

Made in Michigan

Michigan Mug

Faygo pop

Jiffy Mix

Better Made Potato Chips

Michigan shaped cookie cutters or cutting board

Michigan Lottery Tickets


Please send in donation items to the office at CES or CUES.

We will group the items together to make the baskets.

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING EDUCATION IN COLUMBIA SCHOOL DISTRICT!

STUDENTS HONORED DURING A STUDENT IMPROVEMENT BREAKFAST!

The following student nominees celebrated their positive growth and achievements at a Student Improvement Breakfast:


Front Row: Mathys Wenger, Avery Fish, Axel Ecklond, Timothy Messner, Devin Cramier

Second Row: Michael Porter, Kylie Swift, Auden Kennedy, Korbin Folger, Jaxon Spence, Tyson Gaydosh, Nicholas Radford, Jack Trumble, Kierstyn Main, Jenny Brindle, Kameron Schulz, Macy Wright

Third Row: Evan Seagraves, Johna (J.B.) Brown, Jazlin Dawson, Quentin Dickerson, Katelyn Cielen, Ava Bishop, Oren Muldowney

Fourth Row: Alaina LaRue, Parker White-Truax, Mrs. Schatzle, Samantha Lewis, Gabriella Lawrence, Brody Hall, Cloie Nance, Austin Brown, Hadi Chehade


Congratulations to each of these individuals! Continue to Work Hard & Be Kind!

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SIGN UP NOW FOR THE NEXT GIRLS ON THE MOVE MENTOR-UP SESSION!

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OUR THEATER CLUB IS OFF TO A GREAT START!

NEW GIRLS ON THE RUN PROGRAM AT CUES!

Columbia 3rd-5th grade girls!!!

We are kicking off a Girls On the Run program this year and registration is OPEN!

This club is not simply about running. If you are looking for a program to empower your girls, this is it!

Contact me with any questions via FB, email, or phone/text!

Financial assistance is available for those that may need it.

Meetings will start March 4th on Monday/Wednesday 3:15-4:45.

Kristina Timbrook

517-499-1266

kristimbrook@hotmail.com

You can register here:

https://www.raceplanner.com/register/index/55WAGAL1INZJTZ0?sid=65135b345d4942559dade01dafd01bac&fh=0

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Counselor's Corner

Would you like to mentor a student but don’t have time to come to school during the day? If you would like to be part of a program called “TERRIFIC KIDS,” you would be partnered with a child who would benefit from your support. You can write them notes of encouragement and deliver them to our office or mail them, give your student little gifts from time to time, leave them a treat for their lunch, etc. If you are interested in being a mentor for TERRIFIC KIDS, please email Krista.Schatzle@myeagles.org or call 517-592-2181.



If you believe your child would benefit from having a mentor from this program, please email Mrs. Schatzle at Krista.Schatzle@myeagles.org